Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 12, 1974, Page 6

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July 12, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., .lilly 12. 1974 NAHON*! WI AIM** mviCf *0*1 CAM lo 7AM I ST 7 - IJ - 7<\30.00    a* DEATHS Mrs. Robert Goodman Anna Krug Goodman, 90, of 3513 First avenue SF, widow of It o bort Ct. Goodman, died Thursday following a lingering illness. Born Aug. 20, 1883, at Schwenksville, Pa., she was married June 30,    1909, at Royersford, Pa. Mrs. Goodman was a member of Kenwood Park United Presbyterian church. Order of the Eastern Star and Daughters of the Nile. Surviving are two sisters, Elizabeth Wagner, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Ruth Dougherty, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and a brother, Charles Krug, Texas. Services: Chapel of Memories at IO a m. Saturday by the Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain of Kenwood Presbyterian church. Burial:    Cedar    Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after 5 p.m. Friday and at the chapel after 9 a m. Saturday. Daniel W. Kellen, 5, of 3708 Western Pine drive NE, Friday was in good condition at Mercy hospital with a fractured leg suffered when he ran into the I path of a car. Kellen was injured af 9:40 p.m. Thursday in the 4000 block of Old River road SW Police said the boy was hit by the left front fender of a car driven by Virgil L. Elsbury, 17, of route two, Cedar Rapids. No charges were filed. HOOTON t VV VORK CHICAGO 30.00 HAN r AANCtHCO LO* ANftrtl* ATI ANTA DAU A* tomit UMHHAtum SNOW Alit MOW ggfcAlN /I SHOWUP un wr Alw t roux ast ® Pain is expected Friday night over parts of the southern the Great Lakes region. Mostly fair elsewhere. Utticers capture Youths in Music Store Breakin Two juveniles were arrested early Friday when they attempted to flee on bicycles with music equipment valued at $325 which was taken in a breakin. The youths, ages 13 and 15, were apprehended by police who were investigating a complaint of a burglary in progress at Keeney’s Guitar and Sound Studio, 125 Thirty-third street NE. Police recovered an electricj guitar, a microphone, two foot pedals and four packages of guitar strings. At least one of the bicycles the youths were riding at the time of their arrests was stolen, police said. The 13-year-old was released to his parents and the 15-year-old was taken to the county jail. Arthur L. Fink Arthur Leroy Fink, 74, of 1320 Ellis boulevard NW, died Thursday following a long illness. He was a retired machinist, having been employed by Universal Crusher Co. for 35 years. Born April 8, 1900, he had been a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids. He was a member of the machinists union, union. He is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Marvin Griffin, Milwau-! kee; a grandson, and a sister. Mrs. Minnie Savage, Chicago. Services: 10:30 a m. Monday in Turner chapel west by the Rev. James Lasher of St. Andrew’s Lutheran church. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until IO a rn. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Police Walkout Hits Baltimore BALTIMORE (AP) - Police who struck Thursday night in a wage dispute set up picket lines at at least seven of the city's nine station houses Friday in defiance of an injunction banning such activity. An estimated 3.000 other city workers — including sanitation men. jail guards, sewage maintenance and parks anc! recrea- Daily Record The Weather Extended Forecast — Partly! cloudy Sunday. Chance of rain Monday and Tuesday. Highs in 80s and lows in 60s. High temperatures Thursday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation: Anchorage    60 44,19    L. Angeles    77 61 Atlanta    86 71.15    Miami    93 77.30 Bismarck    97 57 .07    Min’apolis    79 70 .22 Chicago 70 66 N. Orleans 9173 Denver    95 59 .08    New York    81 62 Duluth    71 56    Phoenix    103 81 Honolulu    88 74    Seattle    67 53.09 Houston    86 76 .05    Washington    84 63 C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............80 Low overnight ...............70 Noon Friday .................86 2 p.m. Friday............... 90 Precipitation .............Trace. Total for July ..............LOS1 Normal for July ............3.58 Normal through July 20.19 Total for 1974 .............30.99 Barometer, rising .........30.14 Humidity at noon ..........81% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SSE at 6 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 5:42; sun sets, 8:42. Year Ago Today — High, 97; low, 77; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck    Fair    88-58 Chicago .........PtCldy    95-71 Cincinnati  PtCldy    89-68 Cleveland .......PtCldy    87-66 Des Moines......PtCldy    98-70 Detroit ..........PtCldy    89-64 Indianapolis...... Fair    87-66 Kansas City    ...    PtCldy    96-73 Milwaukee  Tshwrs    87-64 Mpls.-St. Paul    ..    PtCldy    85-65 Omaha .....• • Fair 99-71 St. Louis .......    PtCldy    95-73 Sioux Falls......PtCldy    90-65 Mississippi Stages La Crosse (12) 5.3, no change Lansing (18) 7.8, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 14.3, rise .7 McGregor (18) 7.6, rise .3 Guttenberg (15) 5.3, rise .6 Dubuque (17)    8.3,    no change Davenport (15) 5.3, fall .6 Keokuk (16) 7.3, rise .1 Memorial drive SE; Ann Green, 1613 D avenue NE; Ivan Powers, Manchester; Steven Yorba, 1715 Ellis boulevard NW;! each fined $30 and costs, j Charles Ross, 3414 Twelfth avenue SE; Kyle Morgan, Hia-j Watha; Donald Archer, Anamosa; Michael Shoop, Central City; Debra Powell, Troy Mills; Deborah Hannor, 1920 Bever avenue SE; John Barry, 1005 Thirtieth street SE; each fined $25 and costs. Russell Ingram, Des Moines; Peggy Bixby, 1251 Eighteenth avenue SE; Donald Wand, Dubuque; Glen Evers-j I meyer, Oelwein; Timothy Yuki, 6518 North avenue SW; each fined $20 and costs Faulty equipment — Richard Sicms, 3041 Sixth street SW; I Robert Sweeney, 1130 Thirtieth street NE; Steven Hughes, Lisbon; William Smith, 703 j Third street SW; Michael ; Smith, Lisbon; Michael Wic-! I land, Coggon; each fined $10 I and costs. Accident, information and aid — Alvin Vedcpo, Hiawatha; fined $20 and costs. Driver’s license violation — Robert Sweeney, 1130 Thirtieth street NE; fined $15 and I costs. Clark Hays, 4324 Benton street NE; Leo McGravc, Glad-! brook; Max Mauck, Swisher; ; each fined $10 and costs. Dogs running at large — Max Jordan, Mt. Vernon; fined $15 and costs. Vehicle control violation — Steven Frazier, 1523 E avenue NE; Patrick Vance, Farifax; each fined $25 and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle ;— Thomas Mullin, 1757 C ave-i nue NE; fined $10 and costs. Intoxication — Scott Juehr-! ing, Hiawatha; Gary Long, Hiawatha; each fined $20 and costs. Iowa Deaths Dysart — Mary Pippcrt, 80. Monday at 10:30 at Trinity Un i t e d Methodist church. Overton’s. Traer — Percy Leroy Anderson, 81. Saturday at 10:30 at Smith’s in Grinnell. Burial: Hazelwood cemetery, Grinnell. Victor — M.W. (Ez) Felton, 70. Monday at 2, McAninch’s. . Vinton — Clark Seater, 64. Monday at 2 at Campbell’s where friends may visit after 7 Saturday. Burial: Bear Creek cemetery. Atkins — Francis J. Voss. Monday at IO, St. Paul's Catho-j lie church. Burial: Stark Settlement. Rosary Sunday at 7:30 at Tcahen chapel, Cedar Rap-, ids. Iowa City — B. M. (Rick) Ricketts, 79. Saturday at 1:30, Donohue’s. Military graveside services at Oakland cemetery : by Roy L. Chopik American Legion post. (Photos on Picture Page) tion men — are also on strike in an action that has escalated since a contract covering city workers expired June 30. Uncollected garbage has accumulated along streets for 12 days and scattered minor looting and burning was reported Thursday night after the police walkout. City Petitions For Demolition Of 2 Buildings The city of Cedar Rapids filed suit Friday in Linn dif.trict court seeking demolition of two buildings deemed by the city to be public nuisances. ..The city asks that it be allowed to demolish a building at 810 Second street SW owned by J. Newman Toomey and Lillie M. Zerbe. It also asks that the cost for demolishing it be charged against the property. The building is dangerous, unsafe. a fire hazard and serves as a breeding ground for rodents and vermin, the petition said. In a separate petition, the city asks the court to order Clement and Roberta Lee Brown to demolish a building at 1025 First street SFL The city claims the defendants agreed to demolish the building by June 24, and have not done so. It asked that the Browns be required to demolish The building within 30 days. Memorial Services Gaskill, Chariot! K. — Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick’s; Catholic church by tho Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: St.John’s Catholic cemetery. Christian Wake Service: Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west. The names of two brothers, Walter and Clarence Knoebel, were incorrectly spelled in the first notice. Portrait of Nixon On Missing List TUSCALOOSA. Ala. (AP) — A full-color portrait of President Nixon is missing from the federal building lobby and a spokesman says nobody knows how long it has been gone. The blank space normally occupied by the framed portrait was discovered Thursday. Police say they have turned the i case over to the FBI. Youth Accused of Theft from Father A 16-year-old Central City youth taken to Prairie du Chien, Wis., Thursday for questioning about a breakin there was being returned to Linn county Friday in connection with a breakin at his father’s home. The youth is accused of stealing some savings bonds and bicycles from his father’s home while the rest of the family was on vacation. The youth was arrested Wednesday in Linn county and held for Prairie du Chien officials in connection with a breakin at a pharmacy there in which some drugs were taken. Cedar at C. R. (31) 4.85. rise .30. Coralville Lake Tool level Friday ... 696.31. Births — Mercy july ll — To the families of Lindsay Staton, 511 Twentieth street NE, a daughter; Donald Fairley, 3008 Pebble drive SW, twin daughters. July 12 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bliss, 1506 Woodside drive NW. a son. Births — St. Luke's July ll — To the families of Rick Guhi. 429 Tenth street NW. a son: Paul Cody, 401 Norwich road SW, a daughter; Robert K. Jones, 638 Nineteenth avenue SW, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Merritt Island. FU. — Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rosenberger, a son July 3. Rosenberger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rosenberger, 1415 Ninth street NW. Marriage Licenses Mary Epka and Richard Stevenson. Patricia Turkington and James Cannon, Charlotte Bolin and Timothy Trimble, Anita Johnson and Dean Daniels, Susan Polashek and Terry Brandon. Lelia Nichols and Larry Edwards, all of Cedar Rapids. Mary Hastert, Iowa City, and Arthur Roberts, III, Cedar Rapids. Candice Klima, Marion, and Richard Felland, Cedar Rapids. Debra Schenk and Bill Wercderman, both of Lisbon. Michelle Johnson, Cedar Rapids, and Ronald Dus-terhoft, Des Moines. Faith Moore, Garrison, and Stanley Leesehen, Cedar Rapids. Cheryl Ulrichs, Todd Ville, and Steven Moss. Hiawatha. Margaret Dis-terhoft. Cedar Rapids, and Michael Cowburn, Point Reyes Station. Calif. Fires 3:55 pin. Thursday. Investigate odor at 3330 Mt. Vernon road SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Kri Walker. 204 Broadmore road NE; David Kn-gelstad. 1738 Fourth avenue, Marion; Roger Fogarty, 501 VIENTIANE. Laos (AP) - A young American engineer who recently completed a two-year stint in the Peace Corps said Friday that he feigned death in a bullet-riddled Laotian bus as bandits searched among the dead and dying for valuables. He said the ruse didn't fool the bandits, but they left him alone anyway. Michael McGough, 27, of Bareville, N Y., said at one stage the killers lifted his arm so they could get hold of an attache case left on an adjoining scat by a Laotian army officer who scrambled out a window. “It was terrible.” McGough said. “People were screaming and moaning. At one stage I was certain I was done for.” The incident began 120 miles north of here Thursday as McGough was riding down a mountain highway to Vientiane from the royal capital of Luang Pra- j slowed down. I couldn’t see ! what was happening but suddenly there were bursts of ma-jchine-gun fire and everyone : tried to crawl down on the floor. “People were screaming. After the shooting stopped, someone lobbed a couple of grenades at the bus. After that there was silence. “Several people scrambled out the back door, I stuck my head out a side window and saw one i of the bandits. He was in a ragtag military uniform and had a rifle. As soon as he saw me he pointed it at me. Ducked Inside “He was only IO feet away. I thought I was a goner. I realized I should have played dead from the start. I ducked inside and a moment later I heard him fire a burst at some passengers who were running away. I could smell the cordite.” McGough said soon afterward two bandits climbed into the bus “They seemed to be looking for something.” he said “I had my eyes closed but I could feel them moving about and hear them talking in low voices. “They seemed to he looking for something in particular and when they found the briefcase next to me they lifted my arm to get ii. They knew I was not I dead but they did nothing to mc.” —Hostages— (Continued from Page I.) inal lawyers William Garber and Hurley. Jones and Gorham were two of the ringleaders in an uprising three years ago at the D C. jail. They most recently appeared before Judge Oliver Gasch. By telephone, Gasch said Gorham appeared for sentencing after conviction on “a number of crimes, including many counts of jail break, conspiracy to jail break, conspiracy to kidnap guards.” The judge said Gorham already was serving a minimum of 73 years imprisonment and the sentences were made concurrent. Gasch recalled that Jones faced prison terms roughly equal to Gorham’s. Officers (Continued from Page I.) tor Woodward at the counsel table during some of the arraignments were Asst. County Attye. F^ugene Kopecky and Richard Pundt. However, County Atty. William Fiches said his assistants probably will not be involved in the prosecution cf the cases, since he is listed as a witness in the indictments. Some of the alleged perjury was contained in statements made during the county attorney's investigation of the police department. Committee Call Eyed on Gurney TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP)-state Republican Chairman L. FL Thomas said Friday that he will call a meeting of the Florida G G P. executive committee if Sen. Edward Gurney (R-F'la.) has not withdrawn from his race for re-election bv next week Gurney was indicted Wednesday on charges cf conspiracy, bribery, perjury and cover-up. Thomas said several committee members had called him to urge that Gurney be asked to step out of the race. But the chairman said he would not speak to Gurney about i giving up tin* race without a formal direction from the committee. “If they voted overwhelmingly to ask him t i step down, I I would go to him.” he added. Envoy Kin Killed William Borthwick, twin brother of the Australian ambassador. was killed as a hail of machine-gun bullets tore through the bus. Borthwick’s wife, riding with him in the front seat, was also killed, as were the driver and a Laotian passenger. More than a dozen other persons were wounded. McGough said he was sitting half-way back. “We were coming down a hill and for some reason the bus Public Safety Commissioner Steinbeck said Thursday The G a z e 11 e stated incorrectly Thursday that he resigned his detective post last year to seek the office he now holds He said his letter of resignation specifically stated he was leaving also August to take a position as criminal investigator with the alcohol, tobacco and firearms division of the treasury department. His intent to leave the city is borne out by his sale of his residence and cabin in May of 1973, he said. You Have Until 11 A.M. SATURDAY To Order Your Action Want Ad For The BIG SUNDAY EDITION! Sh*’» Speciall Lot her ] Know with Flowers looking for a specific item? Use a “wanted” ad to find it quick Dial 398-8234. 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